World War II
Wednesday of this week was a meaningful and historic day for Americans, and President Barack Obama was too busy campaigning and raising reelection funds to properly commemorate the day. Beyond being wrong, it is inexcusable. […]
Hundreds of Polish-American families, alongside tight-knit business and church leaders, were expressing disappointment and some heartfelt anger at the president over his choice of words regarding their homeland.
It took two, two cold hearted thieves to steal a heavy bronze plaque, in Livingston, that honored World War II veterans from Staten Island.
World War II ended nearly seven decades ago, but on Monday Stanley Rosenfeld of Hewitt got a long overdue thank you.
A major auction of World War II items will be conducted this Thursday in Stamford.
What once was lost has now been found in Bohemia.
It’s a proud day for the family of a World War II hero whose service medals were recently stolen.
“Just bring it back — I don’t care who you are or what it was all about. Just, if you could, please just drop it off and, you know, and I’ll chuck it off as a loss,” James McGuigan said.
For more than six decades, the Miaskiewicz sisters from Salem, Mass. have traveled to the Long Island National Cemetery at Pinelawn in Farmingdale to visit their brother’s grave, but they recently learned that he was never there.
The Eagle is carrying 140 cadets from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Conn., from which it departed in May for its 75th anniversary voyage to Europe.
Amtrak officials are eyeing an electrical substation in Richmond, Va., as the possible source of a voltage problem that halted trains between New York and Philadelphia.
New York City is seeing a bit of a baby boom and not just at the Bronx Zoo.
More than 80 survivors of the Battle of the Bulge will greet each other at the Thorne Middle School in Port Monmouth Thursday.
With over 500,000 names, and more than 1,000 photographs, the searchable collection documents a relief organization’s vast efforts during World War II and the postwar era in 24 countries.
There are dozens of volunteers busy in nearly every inch of the home of Collington Foster, a World War II veteran who recently had a stroke.
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